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Daily Dashboard | India's data protection bill expected to pass summer 2023 Related reading: Data clean rooms bring perceived privacy gap

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Indian Minister for Railways, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Ashwini Vaishnaw is targeting July or August 2023 for passage of the proposed Digital Personal Data Protection Bill, the Indian Express reports. Vaishnaw said "sea change over the years" has led to the drafting of the latest bill and prior proposals, while also noting the prime minister's mandate "to prepare a comprehensive digital legal framework." Vaishnaw added the draft bill is currently under public consultation and review by an unspecified parliamentary committee. Editor's note: PwC Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Senior Associate Ravin Nandle, CIPT, explored details of the proposed Digital Personal Data Protection Bill.
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